More than 7,000 have died and more than 531,000 sickened from the cholera epidemic in Haiti. Will the UN, whose occupying forces brought the epidemic to Haiti, accept responsibility and be accountable to the victims?
And what about the NGOS who have collected millions to assist the people of Haiti, what role have they played in helping to stem the spread of the illness? Our guests are Brian Concannon of the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti and Mario Joseph the attorney on the ground representing victims of the epidemic.
And for our weekly âEarth Segmentâ, Columbia-based Isis Alvarez will discuss the impact of the green economy on small farmers, Indigenous people and local communities.
Also, Thomas Frank author of âPity the Billionaireâ and âThe Wrecking Crewâ joins us in studio.